Living in Victoria
Welcome to the picturesque City of Gardens!
Home to 83,000 people, Victoria is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. Spectacular shopping, entertainment, and leisure opportunities surround the city.
Nature lovers bask in the abundant gardens and over 70 parks throughout Victoria, including Beacon Hill Park, most noted for its Mile "0" marker on the Trans-Canada Trail. There are also unique opportunities to explore marine wildlife including whales, dolphins, and seals.
Known for having the best climate in Canada, Victoria often sees flowers bloom year-round. In March, the city holds an annual flower count which usually tallies up to over two billion blooms! Golfing can be a year-round sport with 11 amazing golf courses to choose from between Victoria and Vancouver Island.
Victoria has a remarkable selection of restaurants. With local ingredients and locally made beer, wines, and cider, the chefs throughout the city can offer exceptional culinary palates.
Enjoy some of the best shopping around! From markets and quaint shops, to shopping centres you are sure to find all you desire here. The nightlife in the city comes alive through concerts, live theatre, festivals along with Old English-style pubs, bars, and nightclubs.
Victoria is a walkable city, as much as 46% of its population walks, bikes, or uses public transportation. There are hundreds of bike paths, trails, and lanes throughout the city making Victoria the cycling capital of Canada. Additionally, Victoria's location acts as a gateway to the Pacific Rim with frequent ferry rides offered from Victoria to Washington state. There are also frequent ferries from Victoria to Vancouver.
1152 Johnson St
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